Apps to use for audio recording

We are not promoting or saying any of these apps are worth purchasing.  These are suggestions we have come across.  Please read the reviews before purchasing apps.

Recorder Pro ($0.99)

Recorder Pro is designed to satisfy most of your sound and voice recording needs. Whether you are at a business meeting, a lecture, an interview or just need to have a shopping list at hand, Recorder Pro is a perfect choice. With recordings adjustable quality you don't need to worry about the file size any more. Transfer the recordings to your computer or share them with your friends.
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GarageBand ($4.99)

GarageBand turns your iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch into a collection of Touch Instruments and a full-featured recording studio — so you can make music anywhere you go. Use Multi-Touch gestures to play pianos, organs, guitars, drums, and basses. They sound and play like their counterparts, but let you do things you could never do on a real instrument. Enjoy a range of Smart Instruments that make you sound like a pro — even if you’ve never played a note before. Plug an electric guitar into your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch and play through classic amps and stompbox effects. Gather your friends to play and record like a real band with Jam Session.* Use the built-in microphone or a guitar to record or capture any performance. Then mix up to eight tracks to create a song you can share in email or send directly to Facebook, YouTube and SoundCloud.
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TwistedWave Audio Editor ($9.99)

A very easy to use audio editor and recorder.
With TwistedWave, you can:
- Copy and paste your audio,
- Undo/redo instantly,
- Apply effects, such as fade in/out, delay, compressor/limiter, pitch shifting/time stretching, amplify or normalize the audio to a given level, filter to adjust the level of the low or high frequencies.
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Tutorial for Audacity

Audacity is a program used to record or modify any audio.